It's Porch Pirate Season! If you see something suspicious contact your local police department immediately.
This evening at the Lower Saucon Township Council meeting three officers of the Police Department were promoted to the position of Corporal.
Officer Thomas Louder a Fulltime Officer with the department since October 2005 and one of the department firearms instructors.
Officers participating in DOUBLE DOWN DECEMBER
Lower Saucon Police Department Doubles Down on No Shave November
You may still see Lower Saucon Township Police Officers with beards and facial hair during the month of December. Police Chief Thomas Barndt has permitted the officers who participated in No Shave November the opportunity to participate in “Double Down December. Officer who choose to participate must double their No Shave November donation.
NO SHAVE NOVEMBER - Help us help others fighting the battle!
Lower Saucon Police Department - No-Shave November 2019
The officers of the Lower Saucon Township Police Department will once again put their razors away for the month of November to participate in “No Shave November”. Typically officers must be clean shaven on a daily basis due to department policy.
PAY ATTENTION - STOP FOR SCHOOL BUSES w/ FLASHING LIGHTS!
STOPPING FOR SCHOOL BUSES
When you encounter a stopped school bus with red signal lights flashing and the stop arm extended, you must stop at least 10 feet away from the bus at the following locations:
FIREWORKS ORDINANCE - Although the law has changed - PLEASE RESPECT YOUR NEIGHBORS & PETS
ALTHOUGH THE FIREWORKS LAWS HAVE RECENTLY BEEN AMENDED WE URGE EVERYONE TO BE SAFE AND REPECT YOUR NEIGHBORS and THEIR PETS.
BELOW IS THE LOWER TOWNSHIP ORDINANCE IN REFERENCE TO FIREWORKS.
LOWER SAUCON TOWNSHIP NORTHAMPTON COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA ORDINANCE NO. 2019-02
UNUSED MEDICATION - TAKE BACK BOX - AVAILABLE 24hrs a day
Residents who have expired or unused over-the-counter and prescription medications are able to discard those medications in a MedReturn drug collection unit, which is located in the front lobby of the Lower Saucon Police Department at 3700 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bethlehem.
The Lower Saucon Township Police Department is seeking information as to the identity of a white middle age female who is a suspect in a retail theft case. On Sunday, August 19, 2018 at approximately 3:00pm, the female and two young children entered the Pet Valu located at 1854 Leithsville Rd...
Mr. Mehall was operating a vehicle on Mountain Drive North and turned around in the middle of the warning devices for a DUI checkpoint in an attempt to avoid the checkpoint, causing other vehicles to brake or stop to avoid a collision. Mr. Mehall was stopped by police, failed field-coordination...
THIS ACTOR WAS IDENTIFIED AND ARRESTED The Upper Saucon Township Police Department is investigating a theft that occurred on 8/14/2018, shortly after 1200hrs, from the Blessed Virgin Mary Church in Upper Saucon Township. The suspect was wearing tan shorts and a blue and white polo shirt with the...
Mr. Naugle was the operator of a vehicle which entered a DUI checkpoint on Mountain Drive and he failed to produce a valid operator's license. Upon checking for a valid license police learned of outstanding warrants from Lehigh County and he was taken into custody and found to be in possession of a...
Mr. Colon was the driver of a vehicle stopped by police for a faulty headlamp. Police detected the odor of marijuana emitting from the interior of the vehicle and upon speaking with Mr. Colon he openly admitted to having marijuana inside the vehicle, under the seat.